Telnet vs. SSH: How Is SSH Different From Telnet?

May 20, 2021

Telnet and SSH are network protocols used to connect to remote system. This tutorial covers the ways they work, what makes them different, and when to use them.

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How to set DNS Nameserver on Ubuntu 20.04

May 18, 2021

The Domain Name System (DNS) translates text-based domain names to numeric IP addresses. Most networks are configured to work with DNS servers provided by the ISP. This tutorial shows you how to change DNS addresses in Ubuntu.

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How to Set up FTP Server on Your Raspberry Pi

April 6, 2021

Raspberry Pi can be used as an affordable FTP server. Learn how to set up the server and test your connection after establishing it.

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How to Install Puppet on macOS

April 1, 2021

Puppet is an open-source administrative engine that lets you perform remote admin tasks in a network through a single master node.
This tutorial will show you how to install Puppet Agent on macOS.

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RPKI Explained - Secure BGP Routing

RPKI makes BGP more secure and reliable. Learn about the flaws of BGP, what RPKI is and how it works.

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How To Set Up Raspberry Pi As A DNS Server

March 31, 2021

Learn how to improve your network speed by setting up a Raspberry Pi as a DNS server in this step-by-step guide.

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How To Use Telnet On Windows

March 24, 2021

The Telnet client is not the best cybersecurity practice, however it is very useful for port troubleshooting. Learn how to turn on the Telnet client feature and check for open ports on Windows.

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How to Install Puppet on Ubuntu 20.04

March 17, 2021

Puppet is an open-source solution that helps you perform administrative tasks remotely.
This tutorial takes you step-by-step through the process of installing Puppet on Ubuntu 20.04.

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How to Ping Specific Port Number in Linux and Windows

March 8, 2021

This tutorial covers the use of several networking tools and utilities for pinging a specific port number. Even though the primary use of the ping command does not involve ports, it can be used in order to check if a port is open or not by trying to establish a connection with it.

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How to Use the who Command in Linux with Examples

February 25, 2021

The who command belongs to the GNU coreutils package in Linux. Its main purpose is to provide system administrators with information about the users who are currently logged into the system. This tutorial provides examples for the use of the command along with its options.

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